Storyhinge | Podcast, Stories, Personal, Growth, Self Help, Happiness, Leadership

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Synopsis

We are about learning and growth through personal stories from a diverse spectrum of people. We believe in stories. We believe that stories are a powerful way to both learn and teach. We want to encourage people to develop, own, find more meaning, leverage, forge meaning if necessary and share their personal story. We also believe there is great value in hearing other people's stories. We believe that exploring foundational ideas and beliefs through diverse personal stories is instrumental in order to discover more meaningful paths, greater happiness, and accelerated growth in ones life.

Episodes

  • #101 Dallas Woodburn

    #101 Dallas Woodburn

    26/04/2020 Duration: 45min

    Dallas Woodburn is a writer of fiction, nonfiction, and plays. Her debut YA novel, The Best Week That Never Happened, is forthcoming from Month9Books in April 2020. Her collection of short stories Woman, Running Late, in a Dress was published in 2018 by Yellow Flag Press and won the Cypress & Pine Short Fiction Award. A 2014 Steinbeck Fellow in Creative Writing at San Jose State University, Dallas also won the international Glass Woman Prize and is a four-time nominee for the Pushcart Prize. Her short stories have appeared in ZYZZYVA, The Nashville Review, The Fourth River, Superstition Review, Louisiana Literature,  Monkeybicycle, Cicada, North Dakota Quarterly, and many other journals, as well as American Fiction 13: The Best Unpublished Short Stories by Emerging American Writers. Her nonfiction has been published in Family Circle, Writer’s Digest, The Writer, The Los Angeles Times, Modern Loss, and more than two dozen Chicken Soup for the Soul series books. Her plays have been produced in New York City

  • #100 Randy Ginsburg

    #100 Randy Ginsburg

    19/02/2020 Duration: 44min

    Randy Ginsburg is a natural-born entrepreneur who exudes contagious optimism. When he was eight years old, Randy learned that his father had recently sold an old photograph of him toddling through the fields of a nature conservancy for use in a corporate publication. Upon hearing the news that his picture would be featured on the cover of a magazine, Randy looked at his dad and asked, “Do I get a model fee?” From there, his entrepreneurial quest began and has continued to this day. From door-to-door snow shoveling services, lemonade stands and high-end sneakers sales, to manufacturing his own cut and sew clothing pieces, Randy has sold it all. His passion for business has carried through to adulthood as he graduated from the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University, where he earned a double major in Entrepreneurship and Marketing. When he is not speaking or writing on the world of business and entrepreneurship, he enjoys keeping up with the latest fashion news, freestyle rapping, and traveling with

  • #99 Kenneth Atchity 2

    #99 Kenneth Atchity 2

    21/01/2020 Duration: 49min

    With more than forty years’ experience in the publishing world, and nearly thirty in entertainment, Dr. Ken Atchity is a "story merchant"-- writer, editor, producer, career coach, teacher, and literary manager, responsible for launching hundreds of books and dozens of film and television productions. His life's passion is finding great storytellers and turning them into bestselling authors and produced screenwriters. In one of his recent works he produced the film called “The Meg” (Jason Statham, Warner Brothers), "Hysteria" (Maggie Gyllenhaal, Hugh Dancy, Informant Media), "Expatriate" (Aaron Eckhart, Informant), the Emmy-nominated "The Kennedy Detail" (Discovery), "The Lost Valentine" (Betty White; Hallmark Hall of Fame), "Joe Somebody" (Tim Allen; Fox), "Life or Something Like It" (Angelina Jolie; Fox), and "14 Days with Alzheimer's."  His own books include novels, The Messiah Matrix and Seven Ways to Die, and nonfiction A Writer’s Time, Writing Treatments that Sell, and Sell Your Story to Hollywood.   htt

  • #98 Kenneth Atchity

    #98 Kenneth Atchity

    19/12/2019 Duration: 01h06min

    With more than forty years’ experience in the publishing world, and nearly thirty in entertainment, Dr. Ken Atchity is a "story merchant"-- writer, editor, producer, career coach, teacher, and literary manager, responsible for launching hundreds of books and dozens of film and television productions. His life's passion is finding great storytellers and turning them into bestselling authors and produced screenwriters. In one of his recent works he produced the film called “The Meg” (Jason Statham, Warner Brothers), "Hysteria" (Maggie Gyllenhaal, Hugh Dancy, Informant Media), "Expatriate" (Aaron Eckhart, Informant), the Emmy-nominated "The Kennedy Detail" (Discovery), "The Lost Valentine" (Betty White; Hallmark Hall of Fame), "Joe Somebody" (Tim Allen; Fox), "Life or Something Like It" (Angelina Jolie; Fox), and "14 Days with Alzheimer's."  His own books include novels, The Messiah Matrix and Seven Ways to Die, and nonfiction A Writer’s Time, Writing Treatments that Sell, and Sell Your Story to Hollywood.   htt

  • #97 Charlie McCoin. New story pathways

    #97 Charlie McCoin. New story pathways

    31/10/2019 Duration: 50min

    Charlie McCoin is a comedian, speaker, storyteller, and writer. He brings his unique style of humor to the stage using clever wit and southern charm. Charlie has performed in churches, comedy clubs, theaters, and some living rooms around the country.   Charlie was raised and still lives in Tennessee. He credits his southern upbringing as a source of his stories. His humor is infused with memories of home and family. Through his presentations, you will see and experience many of the characters that influenced him in addition to his off beat view of the world. Charlie's humor resonates with the whole family. He firmly believes that laughter is life's universal language.   Charlie McCoin is a member of the Country Music Association and the National Storytelling Network. He holds a B.S. in Communication Studies from Trevecca University in Nashville, TN, an M.A. in communication from Spring Arbor University, and he’s pursuing his doctorate at East Tennessee State University.   http://www.charliemccoin.com/   Story

  • #96 Christine Gentry

    #96 Christine Gentry

    23/09/2019 Duration: 46min

    Christine Gentry joins BBQ on the list of good things to come out of Texas. She holds a Ph.D. in English Education from Columbia University and currently serves as Visiting Assistant Professor and Residency Director for the NYU Teacher Residency in Corona, California. In what little spare time she has, Christine likes to write short stories, perform in oral storytelling shows, and produce/host shows around the country for The Story Collider. Her writing has been published in English Journal, The English Record, and Printer's Devil Review magazines, and her oral stories have been featured on the TEDx stage, The Moth Radio Hour, and This American Life. She is also a Moth Mainstage performer and two-time Moth GrandSLAM champion.   http://www.christinegentry.net/     StoryHinge http://storyhinge.com Where we dig deeper into story and story creation.  We amplify personal stories to consider more possibility and realize more potential and happiness in life.

  • #95 Erin Barker. Story Science

    #95 Erin Barker. Story Science

    01/08/2019 Duration: 35min

    Erin is the artistic director of science storytelling nonprofit The Story Collider. Every year, the Story Collider (storycollider.org) produces more than fifty storytelling shows around the world, at which scientists, journalists, storytellers, comedians, and more take the stage to share their true, personal stories about science.  Story Collider's podcast has been named one of "The Best Science Podcasts to Make You Smarter" by Popular Science and one of Salon.com's "13 Science Podcasts for Short Attention Spans." As a storyteller herself, Erin is the first woman to win The Moth's GrandSLAM storytelling competition twice. She has appeared on PRX's The Moth Radio Hour, and one of her stories was included in The New York Times-bestselling book The Moth: 50 True Stories.   Storycollider.org https://www.storycollider.org/staff-bios/2019/1/9/erin-barker     StoryHinge http://storyhinge.com Where we dig deeper into story and story creation.  We amplify personal stories to consider more possibility and realize more

  • #94 Judy Carter. The message of you.

    #94 Judy Carter. The message of you.

    06/06/2019 Duration: 54min

    Interviewed by Oprah Winfrey after writing her first book, “Standup Comedy: The Book,” Judy Carter went from playing Vegas as a headlining standup comic to become an in-demand corporate speaker. Speaking on The Power of Purpose to overcome stress and navigate change, she was featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, CNN, as well as being a frequent contributor to NPR’s “All Things Considered.” Judy doesn’t like to brag, but she did write the Bible. No joke, she’s the author of“The Comedy Bible” (Simon & Schuster) as well as “The Message of You” (St. Martin’s Press).   Email: free@judycarter.com for free journal gift about story framework. https://themessageofyou.com/ https://judycarter.com/  

  • #93 Judy Tsuei

    #93 Judy Tsuei

    25/04/2019 Duration: 51min

    Judy suffered from a 15 year-battle with bulimia, severe bouts of depression, and a constant feeling like she had a big purpose for being on this planet that she wasn't yet living into.   Then, she shed the shackles of who she thought she had to be, stopped seeking external approval, broke away from the traditional family dynamic, and embarked on all sorts of magnificent adventures.   Judy went from six-figure corporate success to become a yoga teacher and Reiki Master.   Her world moved from high heels to bare feet and she loved it. She became a travel writer, learned how to surf, and leaped into her biggest dream of moving to Kauai on Hawaii — that's when she launched into a whole new paradigm of being and believing in magic.   By showing up authentically, you create a better world for our children to grow up in, and she especially wants this for my daughter, Wilder.   Be brave. Be bold. Be free. And, by doing so, you fill the unique niche the world needs that could only be brought about through YOU.   http

  • #92 Matthew Dicks. Speak Up.

    #92 Matthew Dicks. Speak Up.

    28/03/2019 Duration: 53min

    Matthew Dicks is an elementary school teacher and the internationally bestselling author of Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend, Something Missing, Unexpectedly, Milo, The Perfect Comeback of Caroline Jacobs, and Storyworthy: Engage Teach, Persuade, and Change Your Life Through the Power of Storytelling. He is a 38-time Moth StorySLAM and 6-time Moth GrandSLAM champion and the founder and Artistic Director of Speak Up a Hartford-based storytelling organization. (and co-host of a podcast of the same name along with his wife Elisha) He is also a wedding DJ, minister, stand-up comic, and a Lord of Sealand. Matt loves ice cream cake, golf, tickling his children, staring at his wife, and not sleeping.   http://www.matthewdicks.com/   StoryHinge http://storyhinge.com Where we dig deeper into story and story creation.  We amplify personal stories to consider more possibility and realize more potential and happiness in life.   73Mentors Podcast http://73mentors.com/

  • #91 Drew Barton. Business Stories

    #91 Drew Barton. Business Stories

    20/12/2018 Duration: 50min

    Drew Barton is the founder and president of Southern Web, an award-winning digital agency specializing in web development and digital marketing solutions. He is also the author of “The Buyer’s Guide to Websites,” which was written to empower business owners who are in the process of working with a digital agency to build a website.   A graduate of Emory University, Drew is an Eagle Scout, an active member of Entrepreneurs Organization (EO) and a recipient of the International Association of Business Communicators’ Silver Flame Award for an article he wrote about boosting website traffic. In his spare time, he enjoys learning Spanish, investing in real estate, and cheering on the Atlanta United soccer team. Website: https://southernweb.com     StoryHinge http://storyhinge.com Where we dig deeper into story and story creation.  We amplify personal stories to consider more possibility and realize more potential and happiness in life.   73Mentors Podcast http://73mentors.com/

  • #90 Lee Jessup

    #90 Lee Jessup

    22/11/2018 Duration: 39min

    Lee Jessup is a career coach for professional and emerging screenwriters, a twice-published, best-selling author, and a consultant for Universal’s Writers Program and NBC International. Lee’s clients include writers who have major spec, pilot and pitch sales under their belts, staffed television writers, television writing program fellows, writers named to The Hit List, The Blood List, The Young & Hungry List and The Black List, major contest winners, as well as writers just beginning to chart their professional course. Lee is the author of BREAKING IN: TALES FROM THE SCREENWRITING TRENCHES (Focal Press) and GETTING IT WRITE: AN INSIDER’S GUIDE TO A SCREENWRITING CAREER (MWP). Lee’s professional background includes a stint as a working screenwriter, a development executive, and the director of ScriptShark.com. Lee is a mentor for Final Draft’s Big Break contest winners, as well as ISA’s Fast Track and Table Read My Screenplay contest winners. She has appeared in countless screenwriting conferences and pan

  • #89 Nigel Vardy. Adventure Story.

    #89 Nigel Vardy. Adventure Story.

    08/11/2018 Duration: 36min

    Some people call him brave, some call him mad.  To face the thin air at high altitude takes a bit of both, but to Nigel Vardy, there is nothing like being on a high mountain.  Losing limbs to severe frostbite would put off all but the few, but to Nigel it was the springboard to climb, achieve and conquer. Over the past 20 years he has climbed across the world, set mountaineering records and spoken to schools and businesses across Europe. He continues on life's adventure, forcing new boundaries and new experiences every day of his life... As Nigel says - "I don't want to die in an unused body…” www.nigelvardy.com www.mrfrostbite.com https://twitter.com/NigelVardy https://www.facebook.com/NigelVardy.MrFrostbite/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/nigelvardy/ https://www.instagram.com/nigelvardy/ https://www.youtube.com/user/nigelvardy     StoryHinge http://storyhinge.com Where we dig deeper into story and story creation.  We amplify personal stories to consider more possibility and realize more potential and happiness

  • #88 Jake Starkey. Story in Business

    #88 Jake Starkey. Story in Business

    25/10/2018 Duration: 34min

    Jake Starkey is the Creative Director for Battle Cry Revival a marketing company in the Houston TX area. In college, Jake was given the opportunity to work at the City of Denton Public Access channel and that helped propel his love for municipal government and community.  Jake uses his 15+ years of experience in marketing, design and video production to help clients clarify and tell their stories. His clients include churches throughout the US, national brands, and local businesses. http://www.battlecryrevival.com/   StoryHinge http://storyhinge.com Where we dig deeper into story and story creation.  We amplify personal stories to consider more possibility and realize more potential and happiness in life.   73Mentors Podcast http://73mentors.com/

  • #87 Johanna Nuding. Casually Baked

    #87 Johanna Nuding. Casually Baked

    11/10/2018 Duration: 52min

    Johanna is the founder of Casually Baked, a responsible cannabis lifestyle brand based in the SF Bay Area. Jo is also a published lifestyle writer and host of Casually Baked, the potcast. Jo teaches the foundational elements and cultural nuances of cannabis and recommends products and lifestyle tips to incorporate cannabis for wellness into a daily routine easily. Jo is marketing veteran and storyteller.   https://casuallybaked.com/ https://www.facebook.com/casuallybaked/   StoryHinge http://storyhinge.com Where we dig deeper into story and story creation.  We amplify personal stories to consider more possibility and realize more potential and happiness in life.   73Mentors Podcast http://73mentors.com/

  • #86 Jen Grisanti. A life of Story.

    #86 Jen Grisanti. A life of Story.

    27/09/2018 Duration: 50min

    Jen Grisanti’s career shifted in 1992.  Her story begins the way yours might; by working with someone who truly believed in her. She assisted and was mentored by Aaron Spelling, one of the greatest executives and most prolific producers in the business.  She learned early on how to develop a story and make a script the best it could be before it hit the air. She worked with the executive producers, showrunners and staff of over 15 primetime shows. She had the unique opportunity to give script notes on a daily basis and see them implemented weekly on shows like 90210, Melrose Place, Charmed, Medium, Numbers, NCIS, The 4400 and Girlfriends. She was near the pinnacle of her career, her path, her dream in 2004 when she became Vice President of Current Programs.   But like many of us have experienced a life changed, within a few years her career path would unexpectedly shift again. In January 2008, Jen launched Jen Grisanti Consultancy Inc., a highly successful consulting firm dedicated to helping talented writers

  • #85 David Phillips

    #85 David Phillips

    13/09/2018 Duration: 48min

    David JP Phillips was raised in a small town in Sweden. Upon coming to adulthood David realized that he did not the traditional paths and chose a new path, the path of creating a new way of educating mankind in presentation skills from a biological aspect. He started saving for his first EEG (Electroencephalograph) machine so that he could read his own sinus curves on a monitor, curious to see how his brain reacted in different situations. That planted the first seed in what would become one of Sweden’s biggest companies in Presentation skills and Communication. Today, he educates people in what many fear the most, even more than death itself. That is, to stand in front of an audience and deliver a presentation. Within his company, they teach people how to become extraordinary in Presentation skills, Sales and Leadership using our own unique formula. https://www.davidjpphillips.com/   StoryHinge http://storyhinge.com Where we dig deeper into story and story creation.  We amplify personal stories to consider m

  • #84 Elaine Bennett. Speech Writing and Stories

    #84 Elaine Bennett. Speech Writing and Stories

    30/08/2018 Duration: 40min

    An award-­winning speechwriter, Elaine Bennett helps leading corporate executives tell their stories memorably. She also teaches writing and storytelling skills to entrepreneurs and others who want to become leaders. A great believer in the benefits of writing every day, Elaine runs writing challenges to help people start their own daily writing practice. Elaine’s own daily writing streak currently stands at 780 days. A longtime baseball fan, she roots for the Mets but named her dog Fenway. I've created a page on my website for your listeners so they can get access to my free e-book, Do It Anyway: Tips for Courageous Writing. bennettink.com/story-hinge https://bennettink.com/   StoryHinge http://storyhinge.com Where we dig deeper into story and story creation.  We amplify personal stories to consider more possibility and realize more potential and happiness in life.   73Mentors Podcast http://73mentors.com/

  • #83 Andrew Newberg. Neurotheology

    #83 Andrew Newberg. Neurotheology

    16/08/2018 Duration: 56min

    Dr. Andrew Newberg is a neuroscientist who studies the relationship between brain function and various mental states. He is a pioneer in the neurological study of religious and spiritual experiences, a field known as “neurotheology.” His research includes taking brain scans of people in prayer, meditation, rituals, and trance states, in an attempt to better understand the nature of religious and spiritual practices and attitudes.   Andrewnewberg.com   StoryHinge http://storyhinge.com Where we dig deeper into story and story creation.  We amplify personal stories to consider more possibility and realize more potential and happiness in life.   73Mentors Podcast http://73mentors.com/

  • #82. Jonathan Schwabish. Data and Storytelling

    #82. Jonathan Schwabish. Data and Storytelling

    03/08/2018 Duration: 52min

    Jonathan Schwabish is founder of the data visualization and presentation skills firm, PolicyViz, and a Senior Fellow at the Urban Institute, a nonprofit research institution in Washington, DC. There, he is a researcher in the Income and Benefits Policy Center and a member of the Institute’s Communication team where he specializes in data visualization and presentation design.  Dr. Schwabish is also considered a leader in the data visualization field and is a leading voice for clarity and accessibility in research. Dr. Schwabish helps nonprofits, research institutions, and governments at all levels improve how they communicate their work and findings to their partners, constituents, and citizens. He also teaches data visualization and presentation skills at Georgetown University and the Maryland Institute College of Art, as well as in public workshops. He also hosts the PolicyViz Podcast, which focuses on data, open data, and data visualization. His new book about presentation design and techniques, Better P

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